The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, October 14, 1904 Page: 3 of 12
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Take Census Wizh Beads,
The recent census of the natives In
the Transvaal was taken with beads.
Bach headman was furnished with a
number of beads of different colors,
and twine on which to string them. A
big black bead represented an adult
married native, a big yellow bead a
grown single man, a big blue bead a
married woman, and a white bead a
single woman over fifteen years old.
A small yellow bead stood for a boy
and a small white bead for a girl.
Lucky men always say it 1b due to
Brahmin's Proverbs Popular.
The old English proverb writers
nsed Pilpay's proverbs very largely—
in fact, if it was not for the old Brah-
min there would be many fewer Eng-
lish proverbs than there are. The
proverbs have been translated into
every European language and into
many Asiatic tongues—Persian, Ma-
lay, Mongolian, Afghan; they are tho
proverbs of the world.
Try me Just once and I am sure to
cume uEain. Defiance Starch.
Little men in big places are a puu-
"I>TKpep la Tormented Me for Tfenrj. Dl
|)avuf Kenneily's Favorite Keiuedy cured me Mri. t
S. iousherty, Mlllvllle. N. J. Used over 'iO year*. 11.0*
A bird in the bush beats two in tUe
X am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption saved
my lifa three years ago.—Mas. Tuos. Ropiuns,
Maple Street, Nomvich. N. V., Feb. IT, 1000.
The Almighty puts long tails on
horses and men cuts them off.
A Record In Trees.
The largest tree in the world is to
be seen at Mascali, near the foot of
Mount Etna, and is called "The Chest-
nut Tree of a Hundred Horses." Its
name rose from the report that Queen
Jane of Aragon, with her principal no-
bility, took refuge from a violent
storm under its branches. The trunk
is 204 feet in circumference.
Japanese Never Conquered.
Speajuug of the Japanese, Voltairo
eald it was the only nation that had
never begn conquered. In the thirteenth
century tltie Japs repulsed 107,000 Mon-
golians in a naval warfare. They
fought with success in Korea and
China, and Dr. Bertillon says that they
are invincible on account of their all-
Murine Eye Remedy cures sore eyes,
makes w eak eyes strong. All druggists, We.
Fits of abstraction are of frequent
occurrence among pickpockets.
MrH. Wln.low'H Sootlilnfc Syrup.
For children teething, Boltens the to-
ll ammt-tloa, allay# pain,cures wind coilo. 2^a Dottle.
Children who say smart things soon
grow up and are lost in the shuflle.
Read and Ponder.
You aren't really living if you aren'i
learning a little something every da;
and taking time to think.—Chicag.
"Few medicines combine effective-
ness, economy and convenience as
does Cheatham's Laxative Tablets.
They are the best remedy for malarial
and bilious troubles I ever used."
S. E. WOOTEN,
25c per box.
Mistakes of Dress Reformers.
In dress reform, as in other re-
forms, the mistake is to atttempt to
substitute something not so handsome
and less expensive.
Difference in Farming Methods.
The average gross returns per acre
from cultivated land in this country
is only $10.50 per acre, and from land
devoted to tho groWhg of cereals but
$8.02 per acre. In Great Britain the
intensive system of farming has
brought tho average' gross returns up
to within the neighborhood of $30 per
No, Cordelia a reporter isn't neces-
sarily a man who originates reports.
A GREAT INSTITUTION.
It is unusual that a single institution in a
city of 8,0(10 people will overshadow In im-
portance every otliei' interest, but such is
the case wit ti tho American School ol
Osteopathy, and A. T. St.11 Infirmary at
Kirksville, Mo. .
A stranger in Kirksville is immediately
impressed with the idea that tho tow;i is
sustained by \ his institution, in fiict,
Kirksville has been made what it is to-day
bv Dr Still and his famous School and
Infirmary. It is the largest patr. imed un-
endowed institution of its land in the
Dr. Still's school enrolls over rOOstudents
vearlv and each student is required to at-
tend four terms of five months each before
completing the courseof study, lhoie are
over 2,000 graduates and tlicy aro prac-
ticing in every state and territory of the
Union. About two-thirds of the states
h&ve passed special laws legalizing the
science. _ , , , ,
This school teaches every branch taught
in medical colleges except "drugs'' and
osteopathy is substituted lor that, bo
thorough is tho teaching in anatomy tnat
over one hundred human bodies are dis-
sected yearly by the students.
. At the Infirmary, patients from every
part of tho country and with almost every
form of disease aro constantly under treat-
ment. For the past fifteen years almost
every train coming to Kirksville has
brought some new sufferer hoping to find re-
lief hv the science of Osteopathy. By the
thousands who have left the institution
bonefited by tho treatment, the science has
been heralded to the world as a safe and
rational method of euro. Several years ago
l free clinic was established in connection
with the practice department of the school
md this is still in operation. Hundreds ot
the worthy poor, who are unable to pay tor
treatnient, are treated every afternoon by
the senior students free of charge.
When Your Grocer Says
he does not have Defiance Starch, you
may be sure he is afraid to keep it un-
til 'his stork of 12 oz. packages are
sold. Defiance Starch Is not only bet-
ter than any other Cold Water Starch,
but contains 16 oz. to the package and
sells for same money as 12 oz. brands.
Study Prospective Bridegroom.
A would-be bridegroom in Kamchat-
ka has to serve some time in a menial
position in his prospective father-in
law's household in order that the
bride's family may have an opportuni-
ty of observing whether his habits and
temperament are worthy of her.
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOBIA,
a safe and pure remedy for infants and children, j
and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You llave Always Bought.
Use for Waste Sugar Cane.
It is suggested that the waste sugar
cane in Hawaii—more than 2,000,000
tons a year—which is now consumed
as fuel, could be more profitably used
for the manufacture of paper.
&tatb of Onio, City of Toledo, I s8
, Lucas County. (
Frank .T. Ciiekey makes oath that he is senior
' partner of the l\rm of F. «T. Ciikney & t o., doing
I business In the City of Toledo, County and btato
aforesaid, and that paid Ann will pay the sum of
I ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every
i case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use or
| Hall's Cauui Cube. ^ cheney.
Sworn to before me and 8ub crlbed la uiy pres-
ence. this 6th day of December, A. D. l*
, - A. W. GLEASON,
j SEAL j- XOTABY PUBLIC.
Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts
directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
•yat.rn. Send for testimonium, free.
1 F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Bold bv all Druggists, 73c.
Take llall'a Family Pills for constipation.
Mosquitoes in London.
Apparently mosquitoes have come
to London to stay, and they seem to
be making their way into the country
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"man of Jacksonville, Fla., daughter of
Recorder of Deeds, West, who witnessed
Her signature to the following letter, praises.
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The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, October 14, 1904, newspaper, October 14, 1904; Marshall, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth350484/m1/3/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.